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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... if you recall, I don’t like that airport AT ALL). My association with the city is often just airport-related as it seems to be the place one goes through if you fly United to Europe. But it was a wonderful place to ease into Europe this time. Stayed at the Hilton and at a reasonable price, but I checked for the following week and prices were hovering at just under $600 for a room! Not worth that. I found myself focused on the Frankfurt architecture on this ...
... in the carriage. We also found a little cafe that still had some sweets left to satisfy our sweet tooth for the night. I had an apple pie with ice cream, it was amazing!
The exchange rate from American dollars to Polish Zloties is the best. For one dollar, I get three zloties. Everything is so cheap for me with the exchange rate.
After the carriage ride we went back to the hostel and passed out. It had been a long day with travelling.
... millionaire from her cosmetic industry. PM - Had an iced coffee (without ice) in the main square as we watched people and the horse carriages go by. There are lots of horse carriages here much like Vienna. Then I saw something I've been hanging out for, a real life Trabant car! What is a Trabant? Well it's listed in the 50 worst cars of all time and described as "the car that gave communism a bad name!" Built in East Germany from 1957 to 1991, it's a ...
... Is it for religious reasons or..." I told her we are Jewish and she replied, "Well of course, I can tell by your noses." She then proceeded to tell us how moving her experience was there and that she thought it was great young people were traveling there. Intrigued by her nose comment, I asked her again if she thought we had big noses and she said, "It's more the shape." We finally bid them adieu and went our separate ways, baffled, yet completely mind ...
I'm sure you have (almost) all seen or heard of the movie "Schindler's List". Oscar Schindler was a Czech businessman who took charge of an enamel factory in Krakow in 1939, just as WW2 was breaking out. He is credited with saving the lives of 1200 of his Jewish employees, who would most likely have not survived the war otherwise. Today I visited the Oscar Schindler ...